There is nothing as exhilarating as landing a seaplane on some desolate, pristine lake in the middle of nowhere or inside a coral reef next to an island in the Bahamas.
If buying a seaplane is in your future, I’d like to give you a few dos and don’ts. Actually I’m really more of an expert on the don’ts, because I’ve already made most of the mistakes.
Let’s start off by describing the buying part, which is like trying to get a politician to tell the truth about anything. The first question you should ask is, “Mr. Seller, has your plane ever been involved in an incident?”
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